Expressing Disorder: Journey to Recovery from Eating Disorders

Expressing Disorder: Journey to Recovery from Eating Disorders

A Glimpse into Dance/Movement Therapy and Drama Therapy Treatment for Individuals with Eating Disorders Body language is really our native...

Dance/Movement Therapy and Eating Disorders: An ADTA Talk

Dance/Movement Therapy and Eating Disorders: An ADTA Talk

Engaging Persons with Eating Disorders through Our Native Language–Dance Dance/movement therapy is a wonderful way to help people with eating...

Engaging the SELF: Dance/Movement Therapy with Individuals with Eating Disorders

Human beings attempt to mask problems with behaviors that are essentially the tape and glue of our external Self, forgetting...

The Role of Dance/Movement Therapy in Eating Disorder Recovery

The Role of Dance/Movement Therapy in Eating Disorder Recovery

February 21-27 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week.  As board-certified dance/movement therapist and Certified Eating Disorder Specialist Susan Kleinman has...

Dance/Movement Therapy and National Eating Disorder Awareness

Dance/Movement Therapy and National Eating Disorder Awareness

Disturbingly, 30 million Americans suffer from an eating disorder at some point in their lives. Eating disorders are life threatening,...

National Weight Stigma Awareness Week

  In our competitive, star-obsessed and image conscious society, where great emphasis is placed on youthful appearance and “perfectionism,” it...

Dance/Movement Therapy with Children in Pediatric Medicine: An ADTA Talk

In this ADTA Talk, board-certified dance/movement therapist Lori Baudino, PsyD shares the story of a young girl, Natalie, who is...

Dance/Movement Therapist Interviewed on The Trauma Therapist Podcast

“Every human being has the right to inhabit his or her body in the way that he or she chooses.”...

Five Ways Dance/Movement Therapy Can Empower and Support Veterans

In the spirit of learning, connecting, and sharing on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness day, I offer some of...

A New Therapeutic Norm: Dance/Movement Therapy with Individuals with Mental Illness

“There’s power in looking silly and not caring that you do.” –Amy Pohler I currently work as a dance/movement therapist...

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